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A Forsaken Friend

A Forsaken Friend

The FRIENDS trilogy continues in this heart-warming and hilarious hoot as two best friends navigate men, careers and rock bottom in this brilliant sequel to A Falling Friend.

Published by Lakewater Press.

Available to buy on Amazon.

About the book:

No-one said friendship was easy.

Things can’t get much worse for Teri Meyer. If losing her job at the university and the regular allowance from her dad’s factory isn’t bad enough, now her ex-best friend has gone and stolen her ex-husband!

Well, to hell with them all. A few weeks in the countryside at her brother’s smallholding should do the trick – and the gorgeous and god-like neighbour might help. Continue reading

Blog Tour: Rise of the Soul Catchers, edgy YA from Karen King

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ROTSC cover (2)Introducing Rise of the Soul Catchers: an edgy YA romantic adventure, from Amazon best selling author Karen King.

Currently available for pre-order from Amazon, Rise of the Soul Catchers, previously published as Sapphire Blue, will be re-released by Littwitz Press on April 25.

 

 

What the blurb says:

Can love survive anything – even death?

Sapphire and Will vow to love each other forever.

But when a car crash ends that dream all too soon, they find themselves separated in an afterlife with zones named after the colours of the rainbow.

Determined to find each other, they start an adventurous journey alongside a cast of characters they don’t know whether to trust.

They finally meet again in the terror-fuelled Red Zone, where the dreaded Soul Catchers plan on taking over the entire afterworld, and are plunged into a dangerous battle.

Is their love strong enough to survive against the odds?

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Review: gritty Northern noir continues Liz Mistry’s DI Gus McGuire series

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Uncommon CrueltyIt wasn’t until I sat down to write this review that the full significance of the title of the fourth novel in Liz Mistry’s DI Gus McGuire series struck home.

Sadly, I can’t elaborate.

But DO read Uncommon Cruelty and find out.

And, if this multi-layered, multi-voiced crime procedural doesn’t keeping you guessing right to the end, I’ll eat my hat.

The dreadlocked McGuire isn’t a typical copper – he can’t stand the sight of blood for one thing, which is a bit of a handicap when he has Continue reading

A day in the life of…Laurie Bell of solothefirst.wordpress.com

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Laurie Bell 2 (2)My name and website link: My name is Laurie Bell and I’m an author, blogger and an Aussie, living down under at the bottom of Aus where the weather truly does change through all seasons in a day, sometimes in one afternoon.

It’s currently autumn so, of course, yesterday was like a summer day and later this week it will be winter.

Rule of thumb is to layer your clothes.

My blog can be found at www.solothefirst.wordpress.com. You can also find me on Twitter @Laurienotlori.

I’m a lover of and writer of fantasy and science fiction. So that’s what you will find on my blog. A lot of short and long pieces of flash fiction, drabbles, rambles and Continue reading

What I’m reading: come and join me today on WWW Wednesday

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WWW Wednesday logoIt’s WWW Wednesday again: and, hip hip hooray, I finally finished The Book Thief, which has been on my currently reading pile for weeks.

And I also managed to knock a couple of other books off my TBR pile.

A good reading week.

So here’s my WWW Wednesday.

What’s WWW Wednesday? It’s a fun way to share what you’ve been reading and which books on your TBR pile you hope to tackle next.

It’s currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Books and it’s easy to join in.

Simply answer the three questions below, post on your blog and then click here on Continue reading

A day in the life of…Joanne Robertson of My Chestnut Reading Tree

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Jo RobertsonMy name is Joanne Robertson and I live in Cheshire in the North West of England. I blog at My Chestnut Reading Tree and you can find me on Twitter as @jocatrobertson

My blog is mainly a book review based blog but I also try to support local authors with guest posts, take part in cover reveals.

I also have a feature called When Dreams Come True, where people in the book world share the lead up to how they achieved their dream job in the book industry.

I started my blog in February 2016. I had a few friends who had started and I thought it was something I’d enjoy doing as I had recently joined netgalley after Continue reading

News: Thank you for supporting our Blog Tour

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A MASSIVE thank you to all the lovely bloggers who supported us during our publication Blog Tour for A Forsaken Friend.

We’ve been thrilled to bits by all your generous comments and the fantastic feedback we’ve received.

Saying thank you doesn’t begin to describe how much we appreciated your reviews, guest posts, Facebook posts and Twitter shares.

Nevertheless, THANK YOU Anne Cater from Random Things Tours for your hard work in co-ordinating everything and MANY THANKS too to the following people who featured us on their blogs during the tour:

Laurie Bell, Adele Blair, Anne Williams, Linda Hill, Sarah Hardy, Susan Corcoran, Jo Barton, Karen Cole, Anne Cater, Rachel Broughton, Ronnie Turner, and Jo Robertson.

THANKS also to Rachel Gilbey, for organising our fantastic cover reveal tour, and, finally, thank you to everyone who liked, shared and retweeted their posts.

What I’m reading: come and join me today on WWW Wednesday

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WWW Wednesday logoIt’s WWW Wednesday again: had to miss last week’s post because March 21 was publication day for A Forsaken Friend, my second novel with Susan Pape, and  our blog tour – you might have seen us popping up on Twitter and Facebook – was all consuming.

But, at least, I managed to squeeze a little time for some reading. So here’s my WWW Wednesday.

What’s WWW Wednesday? It’s a fun way to share what you’ve been reading and which books on your TBR pile you hope to tackle next.

It’s currently hosted by Sam at Taking on a World of Books and it’s easy to join in.

Simply answer the three questions below, post on your blog and then click here on Continue reading